[Sca-cooks] Bread Yeasts
selene at earthlink.net
Sat Jan 19 16:44:37 PST 2008
Ah, we share the basic somatype of awesome women in the SCA don't we? I
tend to describe my build as "Gimli's Kid Sister." It's kind of too bad
that modern minstralry has taken pot shots at our monicker, since Susan
is a perfectly good period name and vastly underused in the SCA.
I did get my immediately family to stop using the term "Lazy Susan" for
a tabletop turntable, "because if this Susan were lazy, none of you
would have a roof over your heads." How's that for a can of whupass?
Well, just remember, Susans rule the universe. Susan Shwartz told me so.
S CLEMENGER wrote:
> THANK you, Selene! I *hate, loathe and despise* that particular moniker. It says "Susan" on my passport, too, and when I was younger, I had the whole "way too wholesome, blue-eyed, freckled-nose, hair-in-braids" thing down pat. Not on purpose, mind you, just happens to be my genetic inheritance. Cute? Ick, icky, ickety, ick....There's just something so...dismissive...about "little Susie Homemaker."
> I may be a short cook built something along the lines of Fred Flintstone, but I have the soul of a warrior goddess. I just use kitchen tools (and fiber art tools) instead of doing sword/board.
> --Maire "there ain't nothing little about me" NiNuanain
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Susan Fox<mailto:selene at earthlink.net>
> To: Cooks within the SCA<mailto:sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2008 1:15 PM
> Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Bread Yeasts
> Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius wrote:
> > Hmmmm. Are we engaged in an act of size discrimination here??? Some
> > modern homemakers, regardless of their pastry capabilities, are quite
> > large... ;-)
> > Adamantius (as you were... move along,,, nothin' ta see here)
> I was avoiding the term "Suzie Homemaker" since my given name happens to
> be Susan and I'm short but not slender. Just saying.
> Little Selene Homemaker.
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